Moderat announce first support acts

Moderat are back on stage with an all new audio-/visual-live-show and are happy to announce the first support acts for the upcoming European tour dates:

Vincent Neumann (DJ)
17.05. DE – Leipzig – Werk 2 (sold out)
18.05. DE – Leipzig – Werk 2 (sold out)
Man of great taste and regular Distillery- and Berghain-DJ  Vincent Neumann will support Moderat in Leipzig. Expect nothing less than an eclectic and tasteful DJ-set from the man behind the acclaimed music label Unitas Multiplex. Check out Vincent’s Soundcloud here.

Catnapp (Live)
19.05. DE – Cologne – Carlswerk Victoria (sold out)
20.05. DE – Cologne – Carlswerk Victoria (tickets)
22.07. HU – Budapest – Budapest Park (tickets)
Beware of an energetic live experience by Catnapp full of rave signals and catchy melodies. The Argentinian producer and singer will join Moderat in Cologne and Budapest. New album “Trust” will be out May 20 via Monkeytown Records and is available to pre-order. Check out her latest music video “Time On Me”.

Eva Geist (Live)
10.06. IT – Rome – RMF @ Rome Summer Fest (tickets)
Eva Geist is an acclaimed vocalist, songwriter, composer and sound designer from Italy with releases on Elestial Sound and John Talabots Hivern Discs. Eva is also part of the project Il Quadro Di Troisi and will support Moderat in Rome by performing her ambient project Aqua Mantras. Check out her music on Bandcamp.

Uèle Lamore (Live)
11.06. FR – Lyon – Les Nuits De Fourvière Festival (tickets)
A trained composer, arranger, producer and conductor, Uèle Lamore has collaborated with diverse artists such as Moor Mother, Max Cooper and Alfa Mist. Her sparkling debut album LOOM just got released by XXIM Records and we are very happy to have her share the stage with Moderat in Lyon. Her latest video is called “Breathe”.

Lyra Pramuk (Live)
Sylvere (DJ)
03.09. DE – Berlin – Parkbühne Wuhlheide (sold out)
Of course the already sold-out homecoming show in Berlin needs a special line-up: Lyra Pramuk has released two albums on Bedroom Community and describes her music as futurist folk music, fusing classical vocalism with contemporary club culture and performance art. Sylvere hails from Paris, masterly mixing techno and rave music with influences from dancehall and the bass-heavy traditions of Caribbean soundsystem culture. Check out his Monkeytown releases EP1 and EP2 and Lyra on Bandcamp here.

More support acts will get announced soon. Check out all the tour dates and buy your ticket here.

Picture by Birgit Kaulfuss